I am currently taking a break from providing Mobile Massage to Main Beach – to focus on my Gold Coast Seated Massage business.
If you could benefit from having Seated Massage at your Conference, Trade Show, or Exhibition,
Or want to reward your staff with regular or one-off workplace massage,
Or need a fun activity for your Charity Day, Open Day, Sports Day, Golf Day, or Special Business promotion… I can sort you out.
I can provide 1 therapist for two hours, or a team of therapists for a week.
Please click Gold Coast Seated Massage for more information, or make contact via these details.
Nigel Coates – Mobile: 0411 6999 28 or Email here.
Main Beach has it all … Including my first class Main Beach Mobile Massage service!
Whether you are a Main Beach local or just visiting the coast, I can come to your hotel, unit or house – to save you the troubles of driving to your appointment.
Gold Coast Seated Massage
Be sure to check out my Gold Coast Seated Massage ideas. I can work alone, or organise a full team of seated massage therapists, to make your event (trade show, conference, exhibition), or workplace (office massage, work function, performance reward), buzz with fun.
Main Beach in Focus…
Main Beach had a population of 3,324 at the 2006 Census. During the early years in which Southport was the urban centre of recreational activity at the coast, visitors were ferried across the Broadwater to surf at the Main Beach so named because it was the main surf beach for the town of Southport.
The area was defined by narrow coastal dune between the sea and the mouth of the Nerang River. Narrowneck formed the southern boundary and to the north a spit of sand terminated in a break or bar between the Broadwater and the sea. A natural basin for boats existed at the mouth of the river.
Some evidence remains of the areas early popularity as a surfing beach in the beachfront planting and the kiosk and shelter shed from 1934.
The land to the north of the early subdivision – the sand spit that formed one bank of the bar – was only recently developed. Until the 1870s and 1880s the only activity in this area was limited to facilities associated with the Southport Yacht Club and other maritime activities. Its use is still limited although resort hotels and theme parks now occupy the land.
Revegetation of the Southport Spit followed the construction of the Gold Coast Seaway and gives particular character to this area and acts to link the more intensively developed area to the south with the open areas of the Broadwater and Southern Moreton Bay. Main Beach property has developed as a high rise area only relatively recently and is focused on Tedder Avenue.